It seems odd - but - with the flame roaring, I slowly closed the main
gas line three, four, and five turns - and it didn't seem to make a
bit of difference in the flame.
Until you guys started talking about lowering the main control, I
had figured it's really an on/off valve - but I will need to do some
more experimenting to see if I can actually regulate the gas flow from
the main gas valve or not.
With respect to the PILOT flow, I suspect you're wholly correct in that
the flow to the pilot will happen the moment I crack open the main valve
and it won't change if I open the main valve all the way or not.
There should be more direct propane to the pilot from the main burner.
Looks like it's covered up. Need to push some of the mica or whatever off
I keep wondering, I guess the regulator is outside, and there is only one
Regulators have to be outside cause they can leak. If this device is for
propane, I would check pressure.
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